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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon Lake New Braunfels HetaldZeitung February On the house Woman calls old Mountain Valley School home BySANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Mountain Valley School is alive and well in That goes for the modern elementary and middle school as well as the oneroom schoolhouse where children studied decades Merle who bought the building in still occupies the 20by 30 foot structure on Pecan and is very comfortable I bought it from some Houston people who used it for a weekend she She intended to use the building for a drapery I planned to have the shop there and bought two lots in the Village on which to build my But it was so comfortable to live and work I never did When she bought the schoolhouse it had already been partitioned into a fourroom cottage that had been used by area Tom I thought it had been built before the turn of the but oldtimers here told me this one was built around Moore The original schoolhouse burned she Valley School had its begin ning as the Jacob Creek School in according to History of New BraunfGIs and Comal County by Oscar Oscar Friedrich gave land in the corner of the Guadalupe River and the socalled Jacobs Creek for a and residence and field for the the book As settlers moved further up the and to have a school centrally John Marschall conveyed land to Fritz Fritz Pantermuehl and Joachim trustees near and changed the name to Moun tain Valley School in Moore said the schoolhouse she now calls home was originally built across the Guadalupe River on Jacobs and was moved to the Sattler side of the fourth crossing when more people lived in that It was used until sometime in the 1950s and was the last oneteacher school in Comal according to Haas Moore said the building was moved to Sattler in the early She added a carport and workroom to the small where she operated her drapery business until she retired three She also planted trees and shrubs to beautify the large Sattler used to be cotton and there were no trees she I just sort of settled in said the lady who used to live in San Antonio and come to the hill country on weekends to Her home now has a combination living two arid one bath all with ten foot high The school was named for Mountain which ran from what is now The Oaks subdivision through winding through the and flowing into the Guadalupe Moore When the schoolhouse was built in the valley of the it was named Mountain Valley When the new school was to be built in they put out inquiries as to what to name she A lot of us wrote in and Mountain I think its a beautiful she Whats it like living in a quaint old schoolhouse I guess its just like living in any other except that Im fascinated by its Moore I wish I could have kept it more like what it The old Mountain Valley now located at 206 Pecan in Sattler School menus Staff photo by Sandra Jackson Krueger honored Richard Krueger left presents a resolution he received from the Texas State Library System to Edward chairman of the board of directors of Tye Preston Memorial Library at Canyon Krueger was honored for serving as chairman of the Advisory Council for District 10 of the state system for two He was a member of the council for four and has served as a director at the local Staff photo by Sandra Jackson Week of 20 to 24 Smithson Valley High School Breakfast Monday Fried juice and milk Tuesday Biscuits and juice and milk Wednesday juice and milk Thursday Cinnamon juice and milk Friday French juice and milk Lunch Monday pinto milk Tuesday Chicken French fruit milk Wednesday Roast parsleyed broccoli with cheese milk Thursday Finger mashed green chocolate milk Friday Spaghetti and lima bread milk Mountain Valley Elementary and Middle School Breakfast Monday juice and milk Tuesday juice and milk Wednesday Cinnamon juice and milk Thursday Biscuits and juice and milk Friday French juice and rnilk Lunch Monday Barbeque cabbage Rice Krispie milk Tuesday Bean and cheese gelatin with milk Wednesday Spaghetti and green sunshine Washington milk Thursday Turkey and mashed broccoli and cheese hot fruit milk Friday French ice Canyon Lake Lions to help on camps Members of the Canyon Lake Noon Lions and Evening Lions Club will help sponsor summer camps for children again this Children who qualify may attend either the Texas Lions Camp for Diabetic Children or the Texas Lions Camp for Handicapped free of Diabetic children can learn about their disease while enjoying camp this Texas Lions are looking for insulindependent children ages six to with priority being given to those who have never attended diabetic camp before and who need guidance in their health Two twoweek sessions to be held this summer will be on June 4 through 15 for children ages six to and from 6 to 17 for those ages 13 to Recreational activities make camp life while a team from the University of Texas at Galveston supervise medical An educational seminar will be held for the parents on the last Friday night of each camp session to update them on the information their children receive about diabetes at summers camp for diabetic children will be the 13th year Lions have provided the free Support March of Dimes WFtCIS rOUNOAIIONIMB The camp for han dicapped children in Kerrville holds four two week sessions beginning June 17 for children who are blind or visually deaf or hearing have physical handicaps affecting one or more or have Campers range in age from seven to 16 and must meet certain Camp activities include horseback nature golf and other outdoor which are carefully supervised to insure the childrens safety and Campers are recognized for their outstanding effort and performance at awards held at each The childs transportation to and from camp can be arranged by the local Lions More than handicapped children have already attended this camp during the past 30 To receive an ap plication for either contact local Lions Roger Gregston at or at 8997676 or Lake Weather Week of 815 Temperatures 14 8 Inflow 107 15 96 8 Dam outflow 100 15 100 8 Lake level 15 8 NOTE Army Corps of Engineers has a 24hour number 9643342 for people wanting Guadalupe River Data is updated every i February Final Clearance 1 1 Transitional Coordinates By Main Street Linen Look In Mauve Sanor Turquoise n Honor of Residents Dresses Suits Melissa Brenner Act I Blouses Sleet Group TO J Off Ladies Handbags Commerce Bank Federal Savings Loan New BraunfelsSattlerSan MarcosWimberley State Bank MPACT BANKING 24 Hours Daily Braunfels National Bank PULSE BANKING Open 24 Hours Braunfels Savings Loan Association Antonio Savings Loan Association OUR BANKS ft SAVINGS ft LOANS WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY FEBRUARY 2OTH Please arrange your business accordingly Off Includes Clothes Shoulder Bags Chic Jeans 3O Bali Bras To Ladies Ready To Wear f Bridal Shop off Long Short Sleeve Matching Bra Panti By Kayscr PinkRedBlack 1 To Bridal Gowns Values To UP Now Salges At 609 Pat Booker Universal City Only 6584171 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